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Earthquake damage on Sterling Highway, Sterling 1964

On the flats, east of Sterling, shows the March 27th earthquake damage to the road. This photo was taken the following month in April. Also still noticable are the standing dead trees in the background, a result of the 1947 Kenai forest fire.

Individuals

Jean Brockel 

Collection

Mullen Collection 

Location

Approximately mile 70 of the Sterling Highway, Sterling, Alaska 

Date

1964, April 

Photographer

Celeste Egan 

Image Type

Color Slide 

Dimensions

7cm x 7 cm 

Condition

Excellent 

Identified By

Marge Mullen 

Date Cataloged

9/19/2000 

Archive Location

KPC Anthropology Lab 


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